Hey guys. Today I took advantage of this sunny weather and rode to work, which was fairly uneventfull. The bike started instantly this morning from cold, ran fine all the way to work, started fine and took me away from work with no worries either. Aproaching home it started to splutter, I reached down and switched to reserve, and it came back to life. Not 100% sure I was low on fuel, I switched back to normal, bike started to splutter again so obviously it was definetly low on fuel. I switched back to reserve and pulled into a garage 30 seconds down the road from my house. Filled up, switched the bike back to normal, it started and I left. I got about 20 seconds down the road when it cut out. I pulled off to the side, and within 30 seconds it started again. I figured fuel was still working its way in or whatever. Took off again, bike got me to my street, and again died. Luckily I was on the top of a hill and my house is down the bottom so I rolled it down to my house. I figured the roll down was a good chance to attempt a clutch start (never tried it before) No luck however. I needed to get up my driveway to park the bike. I spent a good 5 minutes trying to start it, tried to choke to no avail. Eventually it coughed into life long enough for me to get it up the driveway, where it died again. I parked the bike in its usual spot. I have since tried several times to start it and get nothing. I have tried switching to reserve, tried several choke positions and throttle positions. Nothing. I thought it might be flooded so left it for 45 minutes and tried again, sitll no luck. The starter works away just fine, and if I try for a little while I get the distinct smell of fuel. The only thing I can think of is spark plugs, but I wouldn't think it would just die and not come back like that. Is heat a possibility?